CANYONVILLE — With haggis on the menu and the sound of bagpipes in the air, the 2017 Burns Night will provide an evening of Scottish culture and history, and the public is invited.
With art that satisfies the likes of everyone including quilt fans, the Umpqua Valley Arts Association unveils a new exhibit Friday on display until March 10.
In its 38th year of providing chorale music 12 days after Christmas, the Vintage Singers will hold its Twelfth Night Concerts at the Roseburg First Presbyterian Church on Friday and Saturday.
The Umpqua Valley Havurah held its annual Hanukkah party at the Douglas County Library Thursday. A festive group partook of customary food and menorah lighting, while celebrating Jewish culture and tradition.
One of the few bands in town that plays wind instruments, We Three offers the talents of three local band directors in an evening of eclectic sounds at My Coffee & The Wine Experience Friday.
with three days left before Christmas, there’s still time for holiday revelers to enjoy the flavors, sights and sounds of the Holiday Village at the Festival of Lights in Roseburg’s River Forks Park.
Roseburg District of Bureau of Land Management and Umpqua National Forest are hosting a photo contest as part of a multi-agency exhibit at the 21st annual Sportsmen’s & Outdoor Recreation Show that is scheduled for Feb. 17-19, at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, 2110 Frear St., Roseburg.
With Christmas just a week away, local shoppers can still find quality, reasonably priced, handcrafted gifts, while perusing the original works of local artists in the Umpqua Valley Arts Association Holiday Pop Up Shop.
A Roseburg band that music aficionados have seen at various Douglas County venues, Acoustic Blend has earned the reputation of pairing well with wine.
Children are invited to a Santa For The Holidays free event from 5 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 20, to Friday, Dec. 23, at 813 S.E. Kane St., Roseburg. The residence also has an elaborate Christmas light display.
Roseburg author Tom Russell invites the public to a book-signing event Saturday at While Away Books, where he’ll share about his first novel that’s based on his life serving as a government agent.
WINSTON — The public is invited to the 2016 Community Nativity Festival Saturday. The event will feature 100 nativity scenes coupled with 10 live performances of Christmas music.
GREEN — New to the area, artist Kim Kimerling is holding a holiday sale and art show this Friday and Saturday to introduce the community to about 150 varied pieces of artwork that he created during his lifetime of traveling the world.
Embracing the art of dance, the Kathryn Howard School of Dance in Roseburg will be hosting a winter recital with a matinee and an evening performance Saturday in Jacoby Auditorium on the Umpqua Community College campus.
The Douglas County Christmas Craft Fair takes place this weekend with over 300 vendors featuring handcrafted work, much of it geared toward the holiday season.
Welcome back to Casablanca. It’s been a good 70 years since we were last transported to the glamour and danger of 1941 French Morocco, but apparently director Robert Zemeckis thought it was time to revive the splendor and intrigue of that time and place in “Allied.”
When you’re down in the dumps like character George Bailey in the story “It’s a Wonderful Life,” there’s nothing like rehashing life’s triumphs to pull yourself back up.